Batsmen dismissed run out in nineties in the annals of one day games

TM Dilshan was dismissed run out for 91 against New Zealand in the third and final one-day game at Nelson on 31.12.15 to provide the 50th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out in nineties in the annals of one day games. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SM Gavaskar 90 1 Ind Win Albion 29 Mar 1983
2 MD Crowe 97 2 NZl Eng The Oval 09 Jun 1983
3 RS Mahanama 98 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17 Jan 1987
4 DM Jones 92 2 Aus NZl Perth 03 Jan 1988
5 RH Vance 96 1 NZl Srl Sharjah 31 Mar 1988
6 M Azharuddin 93 2 Ind Aus Brisbane 01 Mar 1992
7 MD Crowe 91 1 NZl Pak Auckland 21 Mar 1992
8 MD Crowe 91 2 NZl Aus Hamilton 27 Mar 1993
9 WJ Cronje 97 1 RSA Aus Centurion 20 Feb 1994
10 SP Fleming 90 1 NZl Ind Napier 25 Mar 1994
11 MA Taylor 90 2 Aus Srl Sydney 21 Dec 1995
12 WJ Cronje 90 1 RSA Ind Sharjah 14 Apr 1996
13 AC Parore 93 1 NZl Pak Sharjah 10 Nov 1996
14 Saeed Anwar 91 1 Pak NZl Sialkot 06 Dec 1996
15 Ijaz Ahmed 94 1 Pak Win Perth 10 Jan 1997
16 WJ Cronje 94 2 RSA Win Lahore 03 Nov 1997
17 ADR Campbell 97 2 Zim Ban Dhaka 25 Mar 1999
18 Inzamam-ul-Haq 91 1 Pak Ind Bangalore 04 Apr 1999
19 SC Ganguly 97 1 Ind RSA Hove 15 May 1999
20 JH Kallis 96 2 RSA Ind Hove 15 May 1999
21 MS Atapattu 90 2 Srl Zim Sharjah 21 Oct 2000
22 GW Flower 91 2 Zim Pak Sharjah 31 Oct 2001
23 G Kirsten 97 1 RSA NZl Hobart 15 Jan 2002
24 GC Smith 99 1 RSA Srl Centurion 29 Nov 2002
25 TJ Friend 91 1 Zim Ken Kwekwe 11 Dec 2002
26 ST Jayasuriya 99 2 Srl Eng Adelaide 17 Jan 2003
27 AC Gilchrist 99 1 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
28 CH Gayle 94 1 Win Srl Bridgetown 08 Jun 2003
29 Shoaib Malik 95 1 Pak Ind Rawalpindi 11 Feb 2006
30 Shahriar Nafees 91 1 Ban Ken Bogra 17 Mar 2006
31 EJG Morgan 99 1 Ire Sco Ayr 05 Aug 2006
32 AC Gilchrist 92 2 Aus Win Mum-BS 18 Oct 2006
33 SC Ganguly 98 1 Ind Win Nagpur 21 Jan 2007
34 MJ Clarke 92 1 Aus RSA Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
35 AB de Villiers 92 2 RSA Aus Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
36 PD Collingwood 90 1 Eng Ire Providence 30 Mar 2007
37 SR Tendulkar 99 1 Ind RSA Belfast 26 Jun 2007
38 V Sibanda 96 1 Zim Win Bulawayo 07 Dec 2007
39 TM Dilshan 97 1 Srl Ind Col-RPS 08 Feb 2009
40 MA Vermeulen 92 1 Zim Ban Bulawayo 09 Aug 2009
41 BRM Taylor 94 1 Zim Ban Bulawayo 14 Aug 2009
42 V Kohli 94 1 Ind Win Kingston 16 Jun 2011
43 RG Sharma 95 2 Ind Win Ahmedabad 05 Dec 2011
44 G Gambhir 91 2 Ind Srl Adelaide 14 Feb 2012
45 V Sehwag 96 1 Ind Srl Hambantota 21 Jul 2012
46 ES Szwarczynski 98 2 Net RSA Amstelveen 31 May 2013
47 KS Williamson 97 1 NZl Srl Dunedin 25 Jan 2015
48 Ahmed Shehzad 93 1 Pak UAE Napier 04 Mar 2015
49 A Balbirnie 97 1 Ire Zim Hobart 07 Mar 2015
50 TM Dilshan 91 2 Srl NZl Nelson 31 Dec 2015

TM Dilshan was dismissed run out for 91 against New Zealand in the third and final one-day game at Nelson on 31.12.15 to provide the fifth occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman dismissed run out in nineties in the annals of one day games. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RS Mahanama 98 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17 Jan 1987
2 MS Atapattu 90 2 Srl Zim Sharjah 21 Oct 2000
3 ST Jayasuriya 99 2 Srl Eng Adelaide 17 Jan 2003
4 TM Dilshan 97 1 Srl Ind Col-RPS 08 Feb 2009
5 TM Dilshan 91 2 Srl NZl Nelson 31 Dec 2015

TM Dilshan was dismissed run out for 91 against New Zealand in the third and final one-day game at Nelson on 31.12.15 to provide the fourth occasion of a batsman dismissed run out in nineties against New Zealand in the annals of one day games. All such occasions are listed below. TM Dilshan is the first  Sri Lankan batsman to be dismissed run out in  nineties against New Zealand

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DM Jones 92 2 Aus NZl Perth 03 Jan 1988
2 Saeed Anwar 91 1 Pak NZl Sialkot 06 Dec 1996
3 G Kirsten 97 1 RSA NZl Hobart 15 Jan 2002
4 TM Dilshan 91 2 Srl NZl Nelson 31 Dec 2015

MD Crowe, WJ Cronje, AC Gilchrist, SC Ganguly and TM Dilshan are the five batsmen who have been dismissed run out in nineties on two or more occasions. The following list tabulates the performance of five batsmen.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MD Crowe 97 2 NZl Eng The Oval 09 Jun 1983
2 MD Crowe 91 1 NZl Pak Auckland 21 Mar 1992
3 MD Crowe 91 2 NZl Aus Hamilton 27 Mar 1993
               
1 WJ Cronje 97 1 RSA Aus Centurion 20 Feb 1994
2 WJ Cronje 90 1 RSA Ind Sharjah 14 Apr 1996
3 WJ Cronje 94 2 RSA Win Lahore 03 Nov 1997
               
1 AC Gilchrist 99 1 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
2 AC Gilchrist 92 2 Aus Win Mum-BS 18 Oct 2006
               
1 SC Ganguly 97 1 Ind RSA Hove 15 May 1999
2 SC Ganguly 98 1 Ind Win Nagpur 21 Jan 2007
               
1 TM Dilshan 97 1 Srl Ind Col-RPS 08 Feb 2009
2 TM Dilshan 91 2 Srl NZl Nelson 31 Dec 2015

TM Dilshan was dismissed run out for 91 against New Zealand in the third and final one-day game at Nelson on 31.12.15 to provide the 25th occasion of an opening batsman dismissed run out in nineties in the annals of one day games. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SM Gavaskar 90 1 Ind Win Albion 29 Mar 1983
2 RS Mahanama 98 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17 Jan 1987
3 RH Vance 96 1 NZl Srl Sharjah 31 Mar 1988
4 MA Taylor 90 2 Aus Srl Sydney 21 Dec 1995
5 Saeed Anwar 91 1 Pak NZl Sialkot 06 Dec 1996
6 SC Ganguly 97 1 Ind RSA Hove 15 May 1999
7 GW Flower 91 2 Zim Pak Sharjah 31 Oct 2001
8 G Kirsten 97 1 RSA NZl Hobart 15 Jan 2002
9 GC Smith 99 1 RSA Srl Centurion 29 Nov 2002
10 ST Jayasuriya 99 2 Srl Eng Adelaide 17 Jan 2003
11 AC Gilchrist 99 1 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
12 CH Gayle 94 1 Win Srl Bridgetown 08 Jun 2003
13 Shahriar Nafees 91 1 Ban Ken Bogra 17 Mar 2006
14 AC Gilchrist 92 2 Aus Win Mumbai (BS) 18 Oct 2006
15 SC Ganguly 98 1 Ind Win Nagpur 21 Jan 2007
16 AB de Villiers 92 2 RSA Aus Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
17 SR Tendulkar 99 1 Ind RSA Belfast 26 Jun 2007
18 V Sibanda 96 1 Zim Win Bulawayo 07 Dec 2007
19 TM Dilshan 97 1 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 08 Feb 2009
20 MA Vermeulen 92 1 Zim Ban Bulawayo 09 Aug 2009
21 G Gambhir 91 2 Ind Srl Adelaide 14 Feb 2012
22 V Sehwag 96 1 Ind Srl Hambantota 21 Jul 2012
23 ES Szwarczynski 98 2 Net RSA Amstelveen 31 May 2013
24 Ahmed Shehzad 93 1 Pak UAE Napier 04 Mar 2015
25 TM Dilshan 91 2 Srl NZl Nelson 31 Dec 2015

TM Dilshan was dismissed run out for 91 against New Zealand in the third and final one-day game at Nelson on 31.12.15 to provide the fourth occasion of a Sri Lankan opening batsman dismissed run out in nineties in the annals of one day games. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RS Mahanama 98 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17 Jan 1987
2 ST Jayasuriya 99 2 Srl Eng Adelaide 17 Jan 2003
3 TM Dilshan 97 1 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 08 Feb 2009
4 TM Dilshan 91 2 Srl NZl Nelson 31 Dec 2015

TM Dilshan was dismissed run out for 91 against New Zealand in the third and final one-day game at Nelson on 31.12.15 to provide the third occasion of an opening batsman dismissed run out in nineties against New Zealand. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Saeed Anwar 91 1 Pak NZl Sialkot 06 Dec 1996
2 G Kirsten 97 1 RSA NZl Hobart 15 Jan 2002
3 TM Dilshan 91 2 Srl NZl Nelson 31 Dec 2015

TM Dilshan became the third opening batsman in the annals of one day games to be dismissed run out in nineties after AC Gilchrist and SC Ganguly. The performance of these three batsmen are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AC Gilchrist 99 1 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
2 AC Gilchrist 92 2 Aus Win Mumbai (BS) 18 Oct 2006
               
1 SC Ganguly 97 1 Ind RSA Hove 15 May 1999
2 SC Ganguly 98 1 Ind Win Nagpur 21 Jan 2007
               
1 TM Dilshan 97 1 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 08 Feb 2009
2 TM Dilshan 91 2 Srl NZl Nelson 31 Dec 2015

 

 

Captains scoring a hundred and a fifty in a test

SPD Smith of Australia scored 134 not out and 70 not out in the just concluded Boxing Day test against West Indies to provide the 83rd occasion of a captain scoring a hundred and a fifty in a test match. The list also includes captains scoring twin hundreds in a test. All  such occasions are listed below

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AC MacLaren 109 50* Eng Aus Sydney 13 Dec 1897
2 HL Collins 114 60 Aus Eng Sydney 19 Dec 1924
3 DG Bradman 51 144* Aus Eng Nottingham 10 Jun 1938
4 A Melville 78 103 SAF Eng Durban 03 Mar 1939
5 A Melville 189 104* SAF Eng Nottingham 07 Jun 1947
6 DG Bradman 132 127* Aus Ind Melbourne 01 Jan 1948
7 AD Nourse 65 114 SAF Aus Cape Town 31 Dec 1949
8 GO Rabone 107 68 NZl SAF Durban 11 Dec 1953
9 JR Reid 60 142 NZl SAF Johannesburg 02 Feb 1962
10 JR Reid 74 100 NZl Eng Christchurch 15 Mar 1963
11 RB Simpson 153 115 Aus Pak Karachi 24 Oct 1964
12 Hanif Mohammad 104 93 Pak Aus Melbourne 04 Dec 1964
13 TL Goddard 60 112 SAF Eng Johannesburg 22 Jan 1965
14 JR Reid 128 76 NZl Pak Karachi 09 Apr 1965
15 MAK Pataudi 64 148 Ind Eng Leeds 08 Jun 1967
16 RB Simpson 55 103 Aus Ind Adelaide 23 Dec 1967
17 MC Cowdrey 148 71 Eng Win Port of Spain 14 Mar 1968
18 GS Sobers 152 95* Win Eng Georgetown 28 Mar 1968
19 GS Sobers 110 52 Win Aus Adelaide 24 Jan 1969
20 IM Chappell 72 106* Aus Win Bridgetown 09 Mar 1973
21 IM Chappell 145 121 Aus NZl Wellington 01 Mar 1974
22 GS Chappell 123 109* Aus Win Brisbane 28 Nov 1975
23 AW Greig 116 76* Eng Win Leeds 22 Jul 1976
24 Mushtaq Mohammad 107 67* Pak NZl Karachi 30 Oct 1976
25 GS Chappell 121 67 Aus Pak Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
26 Mushtaq Mohammad 121 56 Pak Win Port of Spain 01 Apr 1977
27 RB Simpson 100 51 Aus Ind Adelaide 28 Jan 1978
28 SM Gavaskar 205 73 Ind Win Mumbai 01 Dec 1978
29 SM Gavaskar 107 182* Ind Win Kolkata 29 Dec 1978
30 GS Chappell 74 124 Aus Win Brisbane 01 Dec 1979
31 CH Lloyd 100 66 Win Eng Bridgetown 13 Mar 1981
32 LRD Mendis 111 94 Srl Eng Lord’s 23 Aug 1984
33 LRD Mendis 53 124 Srl Ind Kandy 14 Sep 1985
34 AR Border 140 114* Aus NZl Christchurch 28 Feb 1986
35 AR Border 70 100* Aus Eng Adelaide 12 Dec 1986
36 MW Gatting 61 150* Eng Pak The Oval 06 Aug 1987
37 DI Gower 57 106 Eng Aus Lord’s 22 Jun 1989
38 GA Gooch 333 123 Eng Ind Lord’s 26 Jul 1990
39 GA Gooch 87 117 Eng Aus Adelaide 25 Jan 1991
40 AR Border 106 78 Aus Srl Moratuwa 08 Sep 1992
41 MD Crowe 140 61 NZl Zim Harare 07 Nov 1992
42 Saleem Malik 75 143 Pak Aus Lahore 01 Nov 1994
43 MA Atherton 94* 118 Eng NZl Christchurch 14 Feb 1997
44 SP Fleming 78 174* NZl Srl Colombo (RPS) 27 May 1998
45 WJ Cronje 126 67 SAF Eng Nottingham 23 Jul 1998
46 MA Taylor 334* 92 Aus Pak Peshawar 15 Oct 1998
47 AJ Stewart 107 52 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 1998
48 A Flower 74 129 Zim Srl Harare 26 Nov 1999
49 SR Tendulkar 116 52 Ind Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 1999
50 BC Lara 91 122 Win Aus Port of Spain 19 Apr 2003
51 SP Fleming 274* 69* NZl Srl Colombo (PSS) 25 Apr 2003
52 GC Smith 277 85 SAF Eng Birmingham 24 Jul 2003
53 MP Vaughan 52 105 Eng Srl Kandy 10 Dec 2003
54 BC Lara 115 86 Win SAF Cape Town 02 Jan 2004
55 MP Vaughan 103 101* Eng Win Lord’s 22 Jul 2004
56 T Taibu 85* 153 Zim Ban Dhaka 14 Jan 2005
57 RT Ponting 105 86* Aus NZl Auckland 26 Mar 2005
58 GC Smith 126 50* SAF Win St John’s 29 Apr 2005
59 S Chanderpaul 92 153* Win Pak Bridgetown 26 May 2005
60 Inzamam-ul-Haq 50 117* Pak Win Kingston 03 Jun 2005
61 RT Ponting 149 104* Aus Win Brisbane 03 Nov 2005
62 Inzamam-ul-Haq 109 100* Pak Eng Faisalabad 20 Nov 2005
63 RT Ponting 120 143* Aus SAF Sydney 02 Jan 2006
64 RT Ponting 103 116 Aus SAF Durban 24 Mar 2006
65 DPMD Jayawardene 61 119 Srl Eng Lord’s 11 May 2006
66 BC Lara 61 122 Win Pak Lahore 11 Nov 2006
67 RT Ponting 196 60* Aus Eng Brisbane 23 Nov 2006
68 RR Sarwan 65 128 Win Aus North Sound 30 May 2008
69 RT Ponting 101 99 Aus SAF Melbourne 26 Dec 2008
70 KC Sangakkara 50 109 Srl NZl Colombo (SSC) 26 Aug 2009
71 RT Ponting 209 89 Aus Pak Hobart 14 Jan 2010
72 Shakib Al Hasan 87 100 Ban NZl Hamilton 15 Feb 2010
73 BRM Taylor 71 105* Zim Ban Harare 04 Aug 2011
74 BRM Taylor 50 117 Zim NZl Bulawayo 01 Nov 2011
75 DPMD Jayawardene 105 64 Srl Eng Colombo (PSS) 03 Apr 2012
76 LRPL Taylor 142 74 NZl Srl Colombo (PSS) 25 Nov 2012
77 BRM Taylor 171 102* Zim Ban Harare 17 Apr 2013
78 AD Mathews 91 157* Srl Pak Abu Dhabi 31 Dec 2013
79 Misbah-ul-Haq 101 101* Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 30 Oct 2014
80 V Kohli 115 141 Ind Aus Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
81 SPD Smith 117 71 Ind Ind Sydney 06 Jan 2015
82 Misbah-ul-Haq 102 87 Pak Eng Dubai (DSC) 22 Oct 2015
83 SPD Smith 134* 70* Aus Win Melbourne 26 Dec 2015

SPD Smith of Australia scored 134 not out and 70 not out in the just concluded Boxing Day test against West Indies to provide the 23rd occasion of an Australian captain scoring a hundred and a fifty in a test match. The list also includes captains scoring twin hundreds in a test. All such occasions are listed below

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 HL Collins 114 60 Aus Eng Sydney 19 Dec 1924
2 DG Bradman 51 144* Aus Eng Nottingham 10 Jun 1938
3 DG Bradman 132 127* Aus Ind Melbourne 01 Jan 1948
4 RB Simpson 153 115 Aus Pak Karachi 24 Oct 1964
5 RB Simpson 55 103 Aus Ind Adelaide 23 Dec 1967
6 IM Chappell 72 106* Aus Win Bridgetown 09 Mar 1973
7 IM Chappell 145 121 Aus NZl Wellington 01 Mar 1974
8 GS Chappell 123 109* Aus Win Brisbane 28 Nov 1975
9 GS Chappell 121 67 Aus Pak Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
10 RB Simpson 100 51 Aus Ind Adelaide 28 Jan 1978
11 GS Chappell 74 124 Aus Win Brisbane 01 Dec 1979
12 AR Border 140 114* Aus NZl Christchurch 28 Feb 1986
13 AR Border 70 100* Aus Eng Adelaide 12 Dec 1986
14 AR Border 106 78 Aus Srl Moratuwa 08 Sep 1992
15 MA Taylor 334* 92 Aus Pak Peshawar 15 Oct 1998
16 RT Ponting 105 86* Aus NZl Auckland 26 Mar 2005
17 RT Ponting 149 104* Aus Win Brisbane 03 Nov 2005
18 RT Ponting 120 143* Aus SAF Sydney 02 Jan 2006
19 RT Ponting 103 116 Aus SAF Durban 24 Mar 2006
20 RT Ponting 196 60* Aus Eng Brisbane 23 Nov 2006
21 RT Ponting 101 99 Aus SAF Melbourne 26 Dec 2008
22 RT Ponting 209 89 Aus Pak Hobart 14 Jan 2010
23 SPD Smith 134* 70* Aus Win Melbourne 26 Dec 2015

SPD Smith of Australia scored 134 not out and 70 not out in the just concluded Boxing Day test against West Indies to provide the 83rd occasion of a captain scoring a hundred and a fifty in a test match against West Indies. The list also includes captains scoring twin hundreds in a test. All such occasions are listed below

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MC Cowdrey 148 71 Eng Win Port of Spain 14 Mar 1968
2 IM Chappell 72 106* Aus Win Bridgetown 09 Mar 1973
3 GS Chappell 123 109* Aus Win Brisbane 28 Nov 1975
4 AW Greig 116 76* Eng Win Leeds 22 Jul 1976
5 Mushtaq Mohammad 121 56 Pak Win Port of Spain 01 Apr 1977
6 SM Gavaskar 205 73 Ind Win Mumbai 01 Dec 1978
7 SM Gavaskar 107 182* Ind Win Kolkata 29 Dec 1978
8 GS Chappell 74 124 Aus Win Brisbane 01 Dec 1979
9 MP Vaughan 103 101* Eng Win Lord’s 22 Jul 2004
10 GC Smith 126 50* SAF Win St John’s 29 Apr 2005
11 Inzamam-ul-Haq 50 117* Pak Win Kingston 03 Jun 2005
12 RT Ponting 149 104* Aus Win Brisbane 03 Nov 2005
13 SPD Smith 134* 70* Aus Win Melbourne 26 Dec 2015

SPD Smith of Australia scored 134 not out and 70 not out in the just concluded Boxing Day test against West Indies to provide the fifth occasion of an Australian captain scoring a hundred and a fifty in a test match against West Indies. The list also includes captains scoring twin hundreds in a test. All such occasions are listed below

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 IM Chappell 72 106* Aus Win Bridgetown 09 Mar 1973
2 GS Chappell 123 109* Aus Win Brisbane 28 Nov 1975
3 GS Chappell 74 124 Aus Win Brisbane 01 Dec 1979
4 RT Ponting 149 104* Aus Win Brisbane 03 Nov 2005
5 SPD Smith 134* 70* Aus Win Melbourne 26 Dec 2015

The following list tabulates the captains who have scored 100 and 50 in a test on three or more occasions.  The list also includes captains scoring twin hundreds in a test. RT Ponting of Australia leads the table with a record seven such occasions

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RT Ponting 105 86* Aus NZl Auckland 26 Mar 2005
2 RT Ponting 149 104* Aus Win Brisbane 03 Nov 2005
3 RT Ponting 120 143* Aus SAF Sydney 02 Jan 2006
4 RT Ponting 103 116 Aus SAF Durban 24 Mar 2006
5 RT Ponting 196 60* Aus Eng Brisbane 23 Nov 2006
6 RT Ponting 101 99 Aus SAF Melbourne 26 Dec 2008
7 RT Ponting 209 89 Aus Pak Hobart 14 Jan 2010
               
1 AR Border 140 114* Aus NZl Christchurch 28 Feb 1986
2 AR Border 70 100* Aus Eng Adelaide 12 Dec 1986
3 AR Border 106 78 Aus Srl Moratuwa 08 Sep 1992
               
1 BC Lara 91 122 Win Aus Port of Spain 19 Apr 2003
2 BC Lara 115 86 Win SAF Cape Town 02 Jan 2004
3 BC Lara 61 122 Win Pak Lahore 11 Nov 2006
               
1 BRM Taylor 71 105* Zim Ban Harare 04 Aug 2011
2 BRM Taylor 50 117 Zim NZl Bulawayo 01 Nov 2011
3 BRM Taylor 171 102* Zim Ban Harare 17 Apr 2013
               
1 GS Chappell 123 109* Aus Win Brisbane 28 Nov 1975
2 GS Chappell 121 67 Aus Pak Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
3 GS Chappell 74 124 Aus Win Brisbane 01 Dec 1979
               
1 JR Reid 60 142 NZl SAF Johannesburg 02 Feb 1962
2 JR Reid 74 100 NZl Eng Christchurch 15 Mar 1963
3 JR Reid 128 76 NZl Pak Karachi 09 Apr 1965
               
1 RB Simpson 153 115 Aus Pak Karachi 24 Oct 1964
2 RB Simpson 55 103 Aus Ind Adelaide 23 Dec 1967
3 RB Simpson 100 51 Aus Ind Adelaide 28 Jan 1978

SM Gavaskar, RT Ponting, SP Fleming and GC Smith are the four captains who have scored double hundred and a fifty in a test, while GA Gooch and MA Taylor are the two captains to score a triple hundred and a fifty in a test.  GA Gooch remains the only captain in the annals of test cricket to score a triple hundred and a hundred in a test. The performances of these six captains are furnished below

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SM Gavaskar 205 73 Ind Win Mumbai 01 Dec 1978
2 RT Ponting 209 89 Aus Pak Hobart 14 Jan 2010
3 SP Fleming 274* 69* NZl Srl Colombo (PSS) 25 Apr 2003
4 GC Smith 277 85 SAF Eng Birmingham 24 Jul 2003
5 GA Gooch 333 123 Eng Ind Lord’s 26 Jul 1990
6 MA Taylor 334* 92 Aus Pak Peshawar 15 Oct 1998

The following list tabulated the sixteen occasions of captain scoring hundreds in both innings of a test. A Gooch remains the only captain in the annals of test cricket to score a triple hundred and a hundred in a test.

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 A Melville 189 104* SAF Eng Nottingham 07 Jun 1947
2 DG Bradman 132 127* Aus Ind Melbourne 01 Jan 1948
3 RB Simpson 153 115 Aus Pak Karachi 24 Oct 1964
4 IM Chappell 145 121 Aus NZl Wellington 01 Mar 1974
5 GS Chappell 123 109* Aus Win Brisbane 28 Nov 1975
6 SM Gavaskar 107 182* Ind Win Kolkata 29 Dec 1978
7 AR Border 140 114* Aus NZl Christchurch 28 Feb 1986
8 GA Gooch 333 123 Eng Ind Lord’s 26 Jul 1990
9 MP Vaughan 103 101* Eng Win Lord’s 22 Jul 2004
10 RT Ponting 149 104* Aus Win Brisbane 03 Nov 2005
11 Inzamam-ul-Haq 109 100* Pak Eng Faisalabad 20 Nov 2005
12 RT Ponting 120 143* Aus SAF Sydney 02 Jan 2006
13 RT Ponting 103 116 Aus SAF Durban 24 Mar 2006
14 BRM Taylor 171 102* Zim Ban Harare 17 Apr 2013
15 Misbah-ul-Haq 101 101* Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 30 Oct 2014
16 V Kohli 115 141 Ind Aus Adelaide 09 Dec 2014

 

Australian test wins by a margin of 175 plus runs

Australia won the just concluded Boxing day test against West Indies by 177 runs to provide the 68th occasion of Australia winning a test by a margin of 175 plus runs. All such occasions are listed below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia won 562 runs v England The Oval 18 Aug 1934
2 Australia won 530 runs v South Africa Melbourne 17 Feb 1911
3 Australia won 491 runs v Pakistan Perth 16 Dec 2004
4 Australia won 409 runs v England Lord’s 24 Jun 1948
5 Australia won 405 runs v England Lord’s 16 Jul 2015
6 Australia won 384 runs v England Brisbane 07 Nov 2002
7 Australia won 382 runs v West Indies Sydney 14 Feb 1969
8 Australia won 382 runs v England Adelaide 11 Jan 1895
9 Australia won 381 runs v England Brisbane 21 Nov 2013
10 Australia won 379 runs v West Indies Brisbane 03 Nov 2005
11 Australia won 377 runs v England Sydney 17 Dec 1920
12 Australia won 365 runs v England Melbourne 01 Jan 1937
13 Australia won 352 runs v West Indies Melbourne 26 Dec 2000
14 Australia won 348 runs v Pakistan Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
15 Australia won 342 runs v India Nagpur 26 Oct 2004
16 Australia won 337 runs v India Melbourne 26 Dec 2007
17 Australia won 329 runs v England Perth 03 Feb 1995
18 Australia won 312 runs v West Indies Port of Spain 05 Mar 1999
19 Australia won 308 runs v England Melbourne 07 Feb 1908
20 Australia won 307 runs v England Sydney 27 Feb 1925
21 Australia won 300 runs v India Perth 01 Feb 1992
22 Australia won 298 runs v India Adelaide 24 Jan 2012
23 Australia won 297 runs v New Zealand Auckland 22 Mar 1974
24 Australia won 295 runs v England Melbourne 24 Dec 1994
25 Australia won 286 runs v Pakistan Perth 13 Nov 1981
26 Australia won 285 runs v India Adelaide 10 Dec 1999
27 Australia won 281 runs v England Sydney 03 Jan 2014
28 Australia won 281 runs v South Africa Centurion 12 Feb 2014
29 Australia won 277 runs v England Brisbane 23 Nov 2006
30 Australia won 277 runs v West Indies Kingston 11 Jun 2015
31 Australia won 274 runs v England Adelaide 02 Feb 1951
32 Australia won 268 runs v England Manchester 03 Jul 1997
33 Australia won 267 runs v England Perth 16 Dec 2010
34 Australia won 264 runs v England Nottingham 07 Aug 1997
35 Australia won 246 runs v South Africa Adelaide 14 Dec 2001
36 Australia won 245 runs v England Adelaide 10 Jan 1908
37 Australia won 245 runs v South Africa Cape Town 01 Mar 2014
38 Australia won 239 runs v England Lord’s 21 Jul 2005
39 Australia won 238 runs v England Nottingham 08 Jun 1934
40 Australia won 233 runs v India Melbourne 01 Jan 1948
41 Australia won 231 runs v Pakistan Hobart 14 Jan 2010
42 Australia won 229 runs v England Melbourne 01 Jan 1902
43 Australia won 219 runs v England Leeds 02 Jul 1921
44 Australia won 218 runs v England Melbourne 05 Mar 1904
45 Australia won 218 runs v England Adelaide 05 Dec 2013
46 Australia won 217 runs v India Bangalore 06 Oct 2004
47 Australia won 216 runs v England Adelaide 15 Jan 1904
48 Australia won 213 runs v New Zealand Adelaide 26 Nov 2004
49 Australia won 210 runs v ICC World XI Sydney 14 Oct 2005
50 Australia won 210 runs v England Leeds 08 Jun 1989
51 Australia won 208 runs v New Zealand Brisbane 05 Nov 2015
52 Australia won 206 runs v England Perth 14 Dec 2006
53 Australia won 205 runs v England Adelaide 11 Dec 1998
54 Australia won 202 runs v West Indies Sydney 25 Jan 1952
55 Australia won 197 runs v Sri Lanka Galle 08 Mar 2004
56 Australia won 193 runs v England Sydney 19 Dec 1924
57 Australia won 191 runs v South Africa Adelaide 28 Jan 1994
58 Australia won 190 runs v West Indies Adelaide 23 Jan 1976
59 Australia won 186 runs v New Zealand Brisbane 07 Nov 1997
60 Australia won 185 runs v England Lord’s 21 Jun 1956
61 Australia won 184 runs v England Brisbane 25 Nov 1994
62 Australia won 184 runs v South Africa Melbourne 26 Dec 2005
63 Australia won 180 runs v India Melbourne 26 Dec 1999
64 Australia won 179 runs v England Manchester 03 Jun 1993
65 Australia won 177 runs v West Indies Melbourne 26 Dec 2015
66 Australia won 176 runs v New Zealand Hamilton 27 Mar 2010
67 Australia won 176 runs v West Indies St John’s 03 Apr 1999
68 Australia won 175 runs v South Africa Durban 06 Mar 2009

Australia won the just concluded Boxing day test against West Indies by 177 runs to provide the ninth occasion of Australia winning a test against West Indies by a margin of 175 plus runs. All such occasions are listed below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia won 382 runs v West Indies Sydney 14 Feb 1969
2 Australia won 379 runs v West Indies Brisbane 03 Nov 2005
3 Australia won 352 runs v West Indies Melbourne 26 Dec 2000
4 Australia won 312 runs v West Indies Port of Spain 05 Mar 1999
5 Australia won 277 runs v West Indies Kingston 11 Jun 2015
6 Australia won 202 runs v West Indies Sydney 25 Jan 1952
7 Australia won 190 runs v West Indies Adelaide 23 Jan 1976
8 Australia won 177 runs v West Indies Melbourne 26 Dec 2015
9 Australia won 176 runs v West Indies St John’s 03 Apr 1999

 

SPD Smith’s distinction – becomes the first Australian captain to score two unbeaten fifties in a test match

SPD Smith of Australia scored 134 not out and 70 not out in the just concluded Boxing day test at Melbourne to provide the third occasion of a captain scoring two unbeaten fifties in a test match in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are listed below

 

The first captain to accomplish such a feat was GC Grant of West Indies. He scored 53 not out and 71 not out against Adelaide in Dec 1930. SP Fleming of New Zealand was the next to perform the feat in Apr 2003 after 73 years of test cricket. He made 274 not out and 69 not out against Sri Lanka at Colombo-PSS in Apr 2003. SPD Smith of Australia was the next batsman to emulate GC Grant and SP Fleming.  SPD Smith is  the only captain to score two unbeaten fifties in a test match on home soil. GC Grant and SP Fleming had accomplished the feat on away soil. SPD Smith earned the distinction of becoming the first Australian captain to score twin unbeaten fifties in a test. He also became the first captain ever to accomplish such a feat on the Boxing Day test

 

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 GC Grant 53* 71* Win Aus Adelaide 12 Dec 1930
2 SP Fleming 274* 69* NZl Srl Col-PSS 25 Apr 2003
3 SPD Smith 134* 70* Aus Win Melbourne 26 Dec 2015

 

Australian batsmen scoring a century and a half century on five or more occasions – SPD Smith joins the list

SPD Smith of Australia scored 134 not out and 70 not out in the just concluded Boxing day test at Melbourne to provide the fifth occasion of his scoring a century and a half century in a test. He became the seventh Australian batsman to score a century and a half century in a test on five occasions. All such occasions are listed below. RT Ponting leads the list with ten such occasions and he is followed by AR Border who has performed the feat on nine occasions.

No No Player FI SI Opposition Ground Start Date
1 1 RT Ponting 144 72 v England Leeds 16 Aug 2001
  2 RT Ponting 169 53* v Zimbabwe Sydney 17 Oct 2003
  3 RT Ponting 105 86* v New Zealand Auckland 26 Mar 2005
  4 RT Ponting 149 104* v West Indies Brisbane 03 Nov 2005
  5 RT Ponting 120 143* v South Africa Sydney 02 Jan 2006
  6 RT Ponting 103 116 v South Africa Durban 24 Mar 2006
  7 RT Ponting 196 60* v England Brisbane 23 Nov 2006
  8 RT Ponting 101 99 v South Africa Melbourne 26 Dec 2008
  9 RT Ponting 209 89 v Pakistan Hobart 14 Jan 2010
  10 RT Ponting 221 60* v India Adelaide 24 Jan 2012
               
2 1 AR Border 162 50 v India Chennai 11 Sep 1979
  2 AR Border 150* 153 v Pakistan Lahore 18 Mar 1980
  3 AR Border 106* 84 v England The Oval 27 Aug 1981
  4 AR Border 78 126 v West Indies Adelaide 30 Jan 1982
  5 AR Border 117* 66 v Pakistan Adelaide 09 Dec 1983
  6 AR Border 98* 100* v West Indies Port of Spain 16 Mar 1984
  7 AR Border 140 114* v New Zealand Christchurch 28 Feb 1986
  8 AR Border 70 100* v England Adelaide 12 Dec 1986
  9 AR Border 106 78 v Sri Lanka Moratuwa 08 Sep 1992
               
3 1 GS Chappell 116* 62 v Pakistan Melbourne 29 Dec 1972
  2 GS Chappell 247* 133 v New Zealand Wellington 01 Mar 1974
  3 GS Chappell 84 144 v England Sydney 04 Jan 1975
  4 GS Chappell 123 109* v West Indies Brisbane 28 Nov 1975
  5 GS Chappell 121 67 v Pakistan Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
  6 GS Chappell 74 124 v West Indies Brisbane 01 Dec 1979
               
4 1 JL Langer 179* 52 v England Adelaide 11 Dec 1998
  2 JL Langer 51 127 v West Indies St John’s 03 Apr 1999
  3 JL Langer 59 127 v Pakistan Hobart 18 Nov 1999
  4 JL Langer 146 78* v West Indies Georgetown 10 Apr 2003
  5 JL Langer 191 97 v Pakistan Perth 16 Dec 2004
  6 JL Langer 82 100* v England Brisbane 23 Nov 2006
               
5 1 MA Taylor 136 60 v England Leeds 08 Jun 1989
  2 MA Taylor 52 101 v Pakistan Melbourne 12 Jan 1990
  3 MA Taylor 59 144 v West Indies St John’s 27 Apr 1991
  4 MA Taylor 64 142* v New Zealand Perth 12 Nov 1993
  5 MA Taylor 334* 92 v Pakistan Peshawar 15 Oct 1998
               
6 1 ML Hayden 197 103 v England Brisbane 07 Nov 2002
  2 ML Hayden 136 53* v India Melbourne 26 Dec 2003
  3 ML Hayden 117 132 v Sri Lanka Cairns 09 Jul 2004
  4 ML Hayden 111 77 v ICC World XI Sydney 14 Oct 2005
  5 ML Hayden 65 137 v South Africa Melbourne 26 Dec 2005
               
7 1 SPD Smith 162* 52* v India Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
  2 SPD Smith 117 71 v India Sydney 06 Jan 2015
  3 SPD Smith 199 54* v West Indies Kingston 11 Jun 2015
  4 SPD Smith 215 58 v England Lord’s 16 Jul 2015
  5 SPD Smith 134* 70* v West Indies Melbourne 26 Dec 2015

 

 

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